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How do you take off the Steering Column Cover of a 1988 Cadillac DeVille?

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2008-05-07 21:52:46
2008-05-07 21:52:46

You need a special tool for the telesopic steering column. It use to be available only to dealers, but I'm sure you can rent one these days.

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